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[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. our top stories in just a moment. first a look outside with our own little blue angel, ava marie. >> i couldn't cut it, as i found out in my flight. we'll show you some of that video in our segment later.
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the weather could not have been better for all of those people to be out and about downtown. >> by the way, happy father's day to everyone, right? >> happy father's day. >> we need to keep that in mind as well. it was a big weekend in maryland. maybe you want to take that out to see the air show later today. the winds southeast at 3 miles per hour. today there will be a few more clouds. first coming in from the east, and then later this evening the clouds come in from the west. still, we should see a great deal of sunshine. it is going to be another comfortable day. maybe low 80's as we get downtown. enjoy the weather for father's day or celebration. more updates coming up in the seven-day. >> the weather played a big role in baltimore's celebration festivities. >> many area businesses are seeing green. sheldon dutes has more on the economic impact of sail-abration
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. >> from air shows to all of these beautiful tall ships, thousands of people have been flocking to downtown baltimore for all of the "sail-ebration" events. city officials say they are waiting to an economic impact study after the weekend, but it already seems to be hemming helping. >> the numbers, i would say, are triple. we have used it as a celebration -- we have been using it as a "sell-ebration. " we have been selling out of food. even though they have not seen a dramatic increase here, it is still better with the grand prix. >> with the grand prix, it was slower than normal.
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compared to this week, we've had an increase in business. >> not every business is as fortunate. they are not getting as many customers as usual. >> we haven't gotten too much business from it, but a lot of our customers, i think, are afraid they could not find parking when they came down. we picked up a few people from the port. >> back in little italy, gia is glad these platters are better than they were during the grand prix. >> i wish we could celebrate like this every year. i would give this an a-plus, plus, plus. i would like the tall ships to come once a year. i think this is magnificent. >> sheldon dutes, wbal-tv 11 news. >> an estimated one million people will flood the inner harbor over the course of the celebration week. >> officials are asking people to be patient getting in and around the area. they say public transportation is still your best bet to avoid
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delays. >> we encourage everyone to think about public transportation or have a plan before you leave the house. be prepared to pay for parking. just have a plan. there are plenty of public transportation options. >> for more information on how to get around during the sailebration, go to wbaltv.com. >> and deborah weiner has more on the blue angels spectacular air show from martin state airport. >> since 1946, the blue angels have delivered. this was baltimore's turn. a big highlight of the celebration at fort mchenry.
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amazing how this $21 million piece of machinery can roll and flip and even fly upside down. it is no wonder many came to see this up close. the free event attracted more spack spectators than baltimore county officials expected. sale bration >> i love the blue angels because they do cool tricks in the air. >> really, it is awesome to come out and do this. >> awesome had to be the word used over and over again watching this show, because isn't it really just that? deborah weiner, wbal-tv 11 news.
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>> deborah is so right. there is still time to plan your visit to sailabration. you can watch ava marie's flight with the blue angels. you can get an event scheduled at our web site at wbal-tv.com. >> police are investigating what caused a deadly stage collapse ahead of a concert in toronto. the structure caved in. our report. >> from the air, a dramatic view of the stage. debris covering this piano just hours before thousands would have crowded the park to hear radio head. >> i heard the banging of the metal. >> several injured, one man believed to be in his 30's was
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pronounced dead on the scene. >> it was a crushing injury. it was bad enough, that unfortunately, it killed him. >> th this man made the trip to toronto after an earlier show was filled out. >> i feel really sad now. >> andrew bought his tickets months ago and flew to toronto from minneapolis. >> back in 2000 in toronto the show was fantastic, a-- in chicago. the show was fantastic, amazing. i was looking forward to coming up here. >> authorities say there will be an investigation to determine the cause of the collapse there. >> time now, 5:07. 58 degrees on tv hill. you know, it is not just kids that get afraid of the dark. that phobia can affect adults, too. in our medical alert, how it is tied to your sleep. >> up next, a look at the up-and-down weather expected to hit. >> right now you are taking a live look outside. actually, it is a bit chilly out
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>> coming up, the complete forecast with ava marie. >> man, 110 degrees. but they say it is a dry heat, so i think it is fine. i think 110 is 110. down in the southwest now, a few showers out there in el paso
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and western texas. that moisture in place. it is starting to creep in as they head through monsoon season. afternoon storms could be possible once again. a powerful storm system heading our way. heading back toward the mississippi river valley. stronger thunderstorms leading south of st. louis. we're going to be keeping an eye on this, as it could be pushing our way into the early part of the week. for now, we have that dry weather along the east coast. let's look at a closer view and see what's going on at the satellite picture. there are a few clouds inching in over the storm system. a few clouds coming in on shore from the atlantic because of that easterly flow. but we're in between that now. we actually should have a great deal of sunshine as the sun starts to come up within the next half-hour. high pressure in control across the east. we have a ridge down into the southeast. that's helping to keep us with quiet weather now. but just the way it is tilted, allowing an easterly flow, which is still producing clouds along
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the coast. then the storm system pushes in later tond tonight into tomorrow. and you will see an increased chance of precipitation. this storm system basically falls apart as it moves over the an lashians. a more powerful storm could come in next week and we could see more substantial thunderstorms. looking at temperatures now, it is 57 at b.w.i. 67 at the inner harbor. 57 in westminster. 61 in hagerstown. it is father's day. happy father's day to all the dads out there. let dad take the day off. it is a perfect day for him to do that. southeast winds 5 to 10 miles per hour, and temperatures in baltimore around 78 degrees. it is going to be warmer in the western suburbs. it could be cooler with clouds in place. heading out on the bay, no major concerns. if you have the boat out for sailabration, waves around 1 foot or less. next high tide at 6:09.
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then again, 6:00 into the afternoon. mostly cloudy skies tonight. a couple thunderstorms roll into the western mountains as that next storm system moves in. baltimore stays dry, but turns mostly cloudy and a better chance for showers and thunderstorms tomorrow. ocean city dry through today into tonight. up to 71 for the high today. dropping to 74 on monday. a little bit better day to be out in the water. rip current risks deteriorating, but moderate. you want to be an experienced swimmer if you plan to be in the water. seven-day forecast shows there is at least a 30% chance we could see a shower or thunderstorm. as the storm passes by, we heat things up to 88. on wednesday, 94 degrees. we stay in the 90's. the next powerful storm comes in. we bring in more substantial storms. >> schools across the area are letting out earlier than usual because of the mild winter. something else starting a little earlier, like summer camp. >> and as kim dacey found out,
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it is not too late to sign up your kids. >> these kids are not letting the rain dampen their day at camp. this week our theme is the big bang week. we will be doing a lot of educational activities involving science. we will do a lot of fun camp things too, we will do sports and activities. the y of central maryland runs camps all summer long. this week was added at the last minute, because this week kids are usually still in school. but a lack of snow days means most kids got out early. >> we thought it would be best to get gam camp up and running a week early and give parents an opportunity to send their kids to camp. i know it puts parents in a bind if they expect their kids to be out next week, and then they are out this week. we try to fill that gap. >> if you think it is too late,
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think again. the y still has plenty of spots. those camps are available at discounts up to 60% off for subscribers. >> everything from the traditional day camps, sports camps, science camps. we have all different kinds of camps. >> throughout the summer we will be adding new camps to our site. so our certificate subscribers should text back regularly. >> if you are late in the game, kids can still make the most of summer break. >> sign up for any of the y of maryland's camps, or to find a list of discounted camps, you can visit our web site at wbaltv.com. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> well, her death impacted laws around the country. still ahead, the i-team sits down with the husband of pam boscu and how she is doing 20 years later. >> in "medical alert" a liz of
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the most unhealthy kids meals. >> coming up later on 11 tv hill, i had the opportunity to talk to sons who followed in their father's footsteps. you will find out what messages their fathers instilled in them. i'm sarah caldwell. i hope you join me for this father's day special edition of 11 tv hill.
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a powerful three-in-one detergent that cleans, brightens, and fights stains. pop in. stand out. >> in "medical alert" some people say they have trouble sleeping in the dark. researchers say this may mean a lot of people have an active and untreated phobia. >> more confusion over food supplements and whether they are bad for you. this time concerning calcium and
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vitamin d. many americans take a calcium and vitamin d supplement. a government advisory panel says post menopausal women should not take lower than 1 -- should take vitamin d and calcium. >> when we think of those types of therapies, we set the bar high. we want to know those therapies are going to be effective at preventing what we are seeking to prevent. >> the report looked at whether supplements could lower risks for cancer. they came up with little. they say it is important to eat leafy greens and village tanls to reduce your chance of getting cancer naturally. >> how to make a pit stop with your kids guilt-free. a new list of the five worst
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"healthy" fast food kids meals. >> as school let's out, so do the days of drive-through meals. >> mcdonald's, burger king, fast food. >> javier says it is not often, but he does drive through sometimes like most of us and knows it is not the best idea. >> i know they are bad, but when you are in a hurry, at the end of the day, you have to feet feed them. >> meals we think are healthy aren't in reality. the physicians for medicine came out with their top five worst healthy kids meals, and at the top of the list, chick-fil-a's grilled chicken kids meal. >> they add salt. it is also the size of the drink. it has the fat of a burger
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>> this mom knows the pressure of -- >> i'm not saying fast food cannot be used, but it should be used in a blue moon. >> mcdonald's happy meals contains more sewed yam than 13 orders of mcdonald's kids fries. adding a couple apples to a meal so unhealthy is not going to solve this problem. >> in addition to gaining weight, they increase our blood pressure. and overall. it is not setting them up for a healthy lifestyle later in life. >> a lifestyle that hopefully steers clear of the drive through. burger king was on the list. their meal contains almost as much fat as six pieces of pork bacon. their kids meal. >> we want to have kids eating
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healthy now so when they are adults and we let them go, they are eating healthy they. >> got that, jennifer? >> i do. >> stay with us. here's a look at events going on around town this weekend.
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>> welcome back to wbal-tv 11 news. at the par bore this weekend you can tour all sorts of ships from all over the world, including some major u.s. vessels. i got to go on board the u.s.s. fort mchenry. >> welcome aboard. a little bit of history about the ship. >> among the military ships from around the world docked in locust point is the u.s.s. fort mchenry. it is of course named after baltimore's own fort mchenry. it is a destination most of the 300 member crew have never seen before but are looking forward to visiting. >> it is a great experience for us. every day we -- the ship has had to live up to its name's sake. to be here next to fort mchenry, this historic american site, it
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is an honor, really. >> fort mchenry's primary mission is to support transport operations of the united states marines. >> that's what we use to transport marines, their equipment, their crew members, their weapons. whatever they need. we take them wherever they have to go. >> we sink ourselves on purpose purpose. we have balance tanks which we fill up with water. as we are doing that, the ship, the back part will sink down. >> the landing dock has a helopad and carries two helicopters, like this sierra nighthawk. it is used for many things. >> my job, as a crewman, rescue swimmer for the navy, and aerial gunner, i guess flight attend yantants as well. it is the best job in the navy. >> sandra spracan is in charge
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of the ram. >> the only missile the united states navy had. kind of like a bullet leaving a gun. >> we could not see the bombs, because with the crew on liberty, some were sleeping -- we could not see the bunks, because with the crew on liberty, some were sleeping. we had to ask -- >> planning on making maryland fare? >> yes, crab cakes, sushi. >> if you want to tour those at locust point, you can take a frees tour. it is worth it to see, and it makes you feel patriotic. >> sushi is not a maryland thing. >>, i know, i didn't want to tell him that. >> everywhere i went yes yesterday it was empty. everyone said, where is everybody? they were all at the harbor. >> a japanese climbing team has
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some missing people on mount mc hinley. officials find some climbers. >> in the east, a storm could be approaching. we'll talk about when it arrives in the insta-weather plus forecast.
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thank you foor joining us. >> ava is here with another look outside often on this father's day. happy father's day. >> yes, happy father's day to everybody. i want to say happy father's day to john, tom, and tony has a step-daughter so i want to say to all the fathers. a really nice father's day, so a guy can take the day off today and enjoy the nice weather. outside today, 57 degrees. the winds southeast at 3 miles per hour. give the dads the day off. let them enjoy it without all that hard yard work. it will be beautiful today. 78 for the high temperature with a few clouds in the sky. winds should be southeast, 5 to 10 miles per hour. keep an eye on the storm coming in from the west. we will talk about how it affects our weather. stay tuned for details in the
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seven-day. >> a wildfire in mexico has destroyed 231 homes. it is 51% contained. crews fighting a monster blaze in northern colorado is not doing as well. it has destroyed at least 81 homes west of fort collins and only 20% contained. >> between the fire service and d.l.m. people come from all over the world to hike and recreate. we're talking about 22% of that having burned. this is something we've been through before. we know how to handle it. >> more than 1,500 personnel working on the fire. the blaze was first reported june 9. >> four members of a japanese climbing team presumed dead following an avalanche in mount mchinly. the national parks service
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officials say they were swept away and buried underneath the snow. a fifth climber was knocked into a crevasse and survived. >> voting in egypt for the second day of a two-day run-off election. it is the first time egypt has held a presidential election. no major students at polling places yesterday. the voting between a conservative islamist and former prime minister of ousted president hosni mubarak. the run-off is seen as a choice between returning to the old regime and leading egypt on a new path. >> for the second time in less than a year, saudi arabia has been thrope into the process of naming a new heir to the country's 88-year-old king. the country's interior minister died yesterday in a hospital abroad. he will be buried today. the most likely choice for the ruler in waiting is that thought to be the current defense minister. >> coming up, travelers at b.w.i. airport. >> it is about to get a $100
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million facelift and new upgrades. we'll take you for a pass through security in the three busiest concourses. details next. >> it is still beautiful today for the rest of sailabration. a storm coming in from the west. details coming up in the insta-weather
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>> good morning. starting you off with a live look downtown. 67 at the inner harbor. 57 at b.w.i. thurgood marshall. the dew points are basically in the other's, which isn't bad for
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this time of year. we're starting off the day with relatively dry conditions and comfortably cool conditions. temperatures near the airport, 65. mid 50's in the western mountains. they are cooler out this morning. at the weather pattern, basically dry conditions up and down the eastern seaboard. other than that, mostly dry weather. that's because the high pressure is in control. a ridge of high pressure not only from the southeast but stretching all the way up to the maritime of can cans -- canada. a storm approaching from the west. this may increase chances for showers and thunderstorms. it will also bring temperatures down tomorrow as we have more clouds in place. then the storm heads out.
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>> as for today, another comfortable day. temperatures into the mid 70's. heading west of the city, near 80 degrees. partly sunny skies. comfortable conditions. winds southeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. here's a look at the forecast across the state. i mentioned cooler conditions east of baltimore. that's because we'll have more clouds in the sky. the eastern shore may be only in the mid to low 70's. around baltimore, 78 degrees. down to d.c., the mountains could be warm today. the lower elevations could be near 80 degrees. the higher spots in the mid 70's. they will see the showers and thunderstorms by afternoon. that should hold off in baltimore through later tonight into tomorrow morning. on the bay, not a bad day to bring out the boat. no concerns for small craft. winds southeast. 6 to 7 knots. next high tide 6:09. tonight, mostly cloudy skies. i think most of this holds off until tomorrow morning where
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there could be a couple thunderstorms around. ocean city forecast, partly sunny skies. there's a slight chance they could see thunderstorms by tomorrow. only about 20% chance. seven-day forecast, happy father's day. 78 degrees into the afternoon. mid 70's tomorrow. cooler with low clouds. a couple thundershowers. we start to heat things up tuesday and wednesday. the first day of summer, up to 94. the storms come in thursday night into friday. >> thanks, ava. well, $100 million worth of improvements are coming to b.w.i. thurgood marshall airport. it will be in the form of upgrades and amenities for passengers, including new places to shop and eat. >> this family is going on vacation. 7-year-old twins darby and megan are ready for their adventure. >> we're going to florida. >> what will you see in florida? >> dolphins. >> b.w.i. thurgood marshall is one of the busiest airport in the country. 22 million people flew in and out of here last year. even more are expected this
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year. >> we have been very fortunate. >> the executive depror of the airport says to keep up with growing demands close to 100 million in improvements are being made on the inside. concourse c is being widened, and a security checkpoint at c will close and be replaced with a much larger screening area. >> a larger security checkpoint. if you have been to the c checkpoint, this is going to be brand new. >> nearly 8,000 square feet of new shops and restaurants are also going in, along with moving sidewalks that will connect concourse c to a and b. all internal construction is not expected to have impact on passengers. >> what you are seeing today is the fruits of 18 months of labor to get to this point to make it go smoothly and quickly. >> something lidia can appreciate for -- lydia small can appreciate for her flight. >> easy access.
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>> for more details, and how the airport could impact you, we have our web site at wbaltv.com. you can go to this to find everything you need to know. we are told all this improvement should be completed by summer of next year. >> it was a maryland murder that made carjacking a federal crime. the 1982 dragging death. >> for the first time in 20 years her husband is speaking publicly to deborah weiner. >> first a look at look at last night's winning lottery numbers. our cloud is not soft and fluffy.
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>> in criminal history and maryland history, there is that time before and after the savage death of pam basu, murdered in savage maryland. the woman that just wanted to save her 22-month-old daughter when her car was stolen. 20 years l after she tried to
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save her child from the car as she drove her to her first day of preschool. they dragged her from the car and left her mangled body on the side of the road. >> how do you keep that day from playing over in your head? >> i try not to think about it as much as i can. >> in his first interview with baltimore media, widower steve basu is talking about the day 20 years ago that changed everything. back in 1992, reporters who covered this case gave steve basu his privacy. he needed it. we pressed everyone else instead. >> do you remember that day very well? >> yes, i do. >> do you think you will ever forget it? >> never. >> the savageness that they exhibited is very, very difficult for me to overcome.
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>> what ultimately helped convict the killers was this video shot by steve himself and just released to the public. it shows the carjackers only feet away from pam and serena. the ambush would happen moments later. >> steve basu admits he tries to avoid the area where this virtual horror show played out. even as a reporter who covered this story 20 years ago, every time i see gorman road, i think of pam basu. >> it was where she was found. >> it was terrible. they just left her. >> 20 years ago, as a howard county police officer, she was first on the scene. >> anybody that worked the case will never be able to forget that day. it was tra matic and horrific. >> the brutal death of dr. basu is the subject of this new book, fatal destiny, written by jody's
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husband, also a veteran of the howard county police department. >> this is not a book or story that can be sugar coated. there is no way to sugar coat the brutality of this. it is truly one of the ugliest crimes ever. >> one of the most beautiful things that developed over the years was serena basu who is about to graduate from college. >> she is always smiling, she is happy. >> while steve did not want us to interview serena, he did share personal photos from over the years. >> how did you feel that night? >> not good. >> steve says serena, who wants to be a structural engineer, has a drive and discipline that mirrors her mother. >> i mean, serena helped me raise her, and also in many ways, raised me to be the person that i had to be. >> does she remember that day? >> the first few years she
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remembered everything vividly and she would talk about it, she would tell me. as the years went by, i suspect she remembers everything, she just does not talk about those things anymore. >> for steve, though, talking about it now has helped him, he says, more than he ever expected, and he has developed a close bond with author jim lilly and his wife jody. steve never married again. >> i always have that feeling of emptyness, but, you know, i know i have to live. >> steve does not want pam to be remembered as a victim, but rather as a smart, determined, and thoughtful woman, a woman who clearly mothered to the last second of her life. for the 11 news iteam, i'm deborah weiner. >> the the two criminals are in
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life in prison without parol. >> a brave, brave family. >> stay with us. more news is coming up next. >> good morning. i'm greg toland. we'll tell you what happened in
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>> good morning, i'm greg toll yant i don't understand. if you think no-hitters are rare, that is especially true for the orioles. the last was a combined win in 1991. the last oriole to throw a no-hitter by himself was jim palmer in 1969. last night in atlanta, jason hammel took his shot at history. a prise surprising 6-2 this season was on his game from the start.
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jason delivers the high cheese. thank 2-8 strike-outs on the night. top of the 7. birds up 3-0. brian roths roberts at the place. got to love seeing this hit. pierce scores. it is now 5-0. the story was jason hammel. a no-hitter with two outs in the bottom of the seventh. a clean base hit the other way. that's a clean piece of hitting. hammel disappointed, but put it behind him. brian mccann aat the plate. he hits it up the middle. that is your ball game. jason hammel finishes with a one-hit masterpiece. you better believe jason knew what was at stake. >> a lot of guys don't think about it until the sixth or seventh, but i was thinking
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about it from the first. until you give up a hit, you're always thinking about a no-no. hats off. >> a poor showing for tiger woods. he bogeyed the first hole, then on the third hole, he misses another par putt. just like that, he went from minus 1 to plus 1. there were a lot of great shots yesterday. one of the best turned in by ernie elses two-time -- ernie els, the two-time champion. just like that, ernie back in contention just three shots off the lead. jim furyk trying to save the putt. down a shot. sinks this birdie on 17. furyk tied for the clead with graeme mcdowell. it never got better for tiger. look what happened to him. 18 from the rough. are you kidding me? this is tiger woods. another bogey to finish it. as if this round was not bad enough. look what happens after the round. he hits his hand against a
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camera. that did not feel good. neither did yesterday's third round. at the leader board. mcdowell and furyk at leaders at 1 under power. lee westwood, ernie els at plus 2. tying irfive shots off the pace. i'm greg toland. hope you have a great sunday. >> 5:55. here's a look ahead to our next hour of "11 news sunday morning." >> i'm sheldon dutes at the inner harbor with a look at the economic impact sailabration is having on local businesses. >> if you haven't seen it, you have to watch. ava marie gets a flight lesson from the blue angels. >> how are you doing, ava? >> doing well now that i'm on the ground. for the rest of sailabration, great weather. but a storm system coming in. we'll talk about that when we come back in the forecast.
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>> from the air, the sea, and on land, star spangled sailabration covers it all with a maritime festival of lively activities based on the maryland war ever 1812 bicentennial commission.
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baltimore hosts its first ever air show with the blue angels over head as 40 tall ships and navy vessels sale the chesapeake. music lovers can enjoy a 90-minute sailabration composed by fippy grass. history buffs can walk the star spangled banner trail and return to the perilous fighting that led to the "star spangled banner." music concerts, cooking demonstration, a family zone, and fun for children and an adventure zone, including a hallo jumper and a minutemen humvee. this marks the national launch of the war of 1812 bicentennial celebration. it is designed to have something for everyone. aircraft at stake, fireworks, and of course, food. a lasting memory.
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the flag and the anthem. commemorating this once in a lifetime sailabration. it runs through february 2015 in honor of maryland's unique contribution to the defense and heritage of our nation. for more exciting details, go to wbaltv.com and click on "feature."
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>> good morning. happy father's day. welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm jennifer franciotti. >> and i'm lisa robinson. first we go outside with ava marie. we're going to see some video of you with the blue angels, right? >> i think it is something i will remember for the rest of my life. i could live that over and over.
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>> i can hantl it. >> i give it to those pilots. they give it up every day. >> anyway, let's get to the weather quickly. if you plan to be out for the rest of sailabration, it is going to be beautiful. the current temperature at the airport, we may see a few more clouds today, especially first in the east. then moving into the west in the evening hours. a high of 78 today. down to 60 tonight. the boats will be in town tomorrow. a slight chance for thunderstorms. we'll keep an eye on that tomorrow. details coming up in the seven-day. detames coming up. >> the weather has played a big role in sailabration.
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a lot of people showing up at the inner harbor. >> that means a lot of people are seeing green. sheldon dutes has the story. >> from air shows to tall ships, thousands of people flocking to downtown baltimore for sailabration events. >> we're here to see the tall ships sclams >> city tourism officials say they are waiting to an economic impact study after the weekend festivities, but this appears to be helping many places, like cafe gia. >> we have used it as a "sell-abration." we have been selling out of food. >> the crew here is serving up more pizzas than expected. >> we have kind of got cut off from it. it was like a little slower than normal. compared to this week, we got an
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increase in tickets. >> not every business along the harbor is as forpt. they are not getting as many customers as usual. >> we haven't gotten too much business from it. a lot of our customers, i think, are afraid they couldn't find parking when they came down. so we picked up a few people from the fort. >> back in little italy, ga -- gia is grateful these crowds are bigger than they were for the grand prix. >> i am grateful. i would give this an a plus, plus, plus. i would like the tall ships to come once a year. i think this is terrific. >> it really has been so much fun to see. an estimated one million people will flood the inner harbor over the course of the sailabration. and transportation officials are asking people to be patient getting in and around the area.
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>> we ask people to have a plan. >> light rail, buses, charm city circulateor. >> for more information on sailabration, head to wbaltv.com. >> this is the first time baltimore has hosted an air show. >> since 1946, the blue angels have delivered. this says so much.
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>> zipping by your head. amazing how this 21 million piece of machinery can roll, flip, and fly upside down. it is no wonder earlier in the day. the free event attracted 5,000 participants, more than baltimore expected. >> visitors got a chance to chat with the actual people. >> we got to ask questions. >> it is awesome to come out and do things like this. >> awesome had to be the word used over and over again watching this show. >> isn't it really just that?
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>> still time to plan to attend sailabration, and get an event schedule and see how to get around downtown. it is at our web site at wbaltv.com. you will find the link on our home page. >> switching years now, police investigating what caused a deadly stage plans in toronto. why -- >> the air, a dramatic view of the stage. thousands would have crowded the park to hear radio head. >> a loud crash. >> i heard the banging of the metal on metal. >> one man believed to be in his 30's was pronounced dead on
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scene. several injured. >> it was a crushing injury that was bad enough, unfortunately it killed him. >> this group made the trip to montreal after the radio head quebec show was sold out. >> i feel sad right now. >> andrew bought his tickets months ago, flew to toronto from minneapolis. >> the last time i saw these guys was 12 years ago in chicago. it was amazing. i was looking forward to seeing these guys. >> authorities say there will be an investigation to determine the cause of that collapse. >> but they vnt said anything about rescheduling? >> no, not at all. >> 6:07. 68 degrees on tv hill. the nation's largest cell phone company has plans for its customers. >> and winners of a nationwide contest. i'm kim dacey. i'll tell you who the winners are coming up. are coming up. >> first a live look outside. when it comes to gardening, we're, well, inexperienced.
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>> as as welcomed moon monsoon season. this is a season when the state of arizona sees more rain and thunderstorms. it started right on time. at least in the southeast portion of the state. thunderstorms, rain, hail, and high winds hit the area saturday. the first severe storm of the monsoon season. in phoenix, people were dealing with dust storms and a high temperature of 106! not going to cool down any time soon. temperatures were expected to hit 110 degrees. not around here i hope, ava. >> we could push into the 90's for the official start of summer. we'll talk about that coming up in the seven-day. first i want to focus on the southwest. there are showers in texas. showers back toward the panhandle.
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as we mentioned, monsoon season now starting. you are seeing moisture starting there. arizona, even phoenix, may see welcome relief from the thunderstorms to help bring down the high heat. here's a look at the storm system. we're keeping an eye on it. it is pushing across the ohio river valley. also a line of storms pushing across the an lashians. this is pushing our way. we may not see too much rain out of it. hopefully, we are expecting this to stay to our west as we finish our sailabration events today. let's look outside today. the sun coming up. it rose at 5:30 this morning. currently 67 degrees. downtown at the inner harbor, 67 the winds mostly calm now, and winds are not a major factor in the forecast today. so if you plan to bring the boat out, we're not expecting too bad of conditions out on the bay. here's a look at the bay forecast. winds in the southeast, 6 to 11 knots. high tide at 6:09. just experiencing it now, the next high tide 6:05 this
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evening. it is father's day. we have been so wrapped up in sailabration, we don't want to forget our fathers. winds in the southeast, 5 to 10 miles per hour. a few more clouds today from what we saw yesterday. especially toward the evening hours, as those start to build in from the west. that is when that storm system its way in. in the far western part of the state in the mountains, that is a couple thunderstorms. especially toward the afternoon with highs in the 70's. 78 around baltimore and d.c. 71 for ocean city. much cooler there. they have that onshore flow. winds east, 10 to 15 miles per hour. the rip current risk has dropped to moderate. we still want to be an experienced swimmer. 62 degrees tonight, and 74 for tomorrow. 20% chance of thunderstorms. mostly cloudy tonight. thunderstorms off to our west. dropping to the 50's and 60's.
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here's a look at that current weather pattern. high pressure system sitting along the eastern seaboard. for now, the storm system is pushing to our west. this is going to keep us in mind for tomorrow where we could see a couple showers and thunderstorms. then hot weather moves into mid-week and another storm system moves in by the end of the week. temperatures all over the place. we'll be in the mid 70's tomorrow. storms 88 by tuesday, 94 by wednesday. first day of summer. then storms return thursday into friday. >> the believe in tomorrow foundation has been helping critically ill children and their families for 30 years. >> they recently won an snipe contest to allow them to help get the word out about their organization. it is an amazing site. kim dacey was there as the wrap-up happened. >> the believe in tomorrow house got wrapped monday.
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it won a national contest called imagine it we can wrap it run by sons by tomorrow. they picked five finalist and voters online ultimately picked the winner. >> it was a unique design and request that they wanted and that we thought that the cause was just a really good cause. >> believe in tomorrow provides free, temporary housing for the families of sick kids. there are apartments for children who received bone marrow transplants at johns hopkins children's center. >> after that bone marrow procedure, those families have to stay within six feet to 120-day period within a 15-minute radius of the hospital. this provides a great sense of normalsy for them. and all the things that the baltimore waterfront offers.
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>> they helped create the design of their building. they were especially excited to win the building wrap contest. >> we really wanted to get the word out about what believe in tomorrow does. we think the wrap will help us do exactly that. and really provide some visibility to a facility that is not very visible within the community. >> this building wrap is expected to last up to five years. the believe in tomorrow folks are so excited by the outcome, they are looking into getting their other buildings wrapped. in canton, kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> well, you might want to check your freezer. in "consumer alert" why a major grocery chain is pulling a popular ice cream from its shelves. >> and some basketball greats who came out to hear fond memories of that. >> coming up later this morning on 11 tv hill, i had the opportunity to talk to sons who followed in their father's
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footsteps. later you will find out what path they took and what their fathers instilled in them. i'm sarah caldwell. i hope you join me for this father's day special edition of 11 tv hill.#f#f#f#f#f#f#f#f#f#ff
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>> in this morning's "consumer alert" ben & jerry's is pulling a kind of ice cream because it has been processed on a -- discard the product, rinse it out, and retain the u.p.c. on the side of the container or call 877-270-7397. >> one fast food chain wants to prove you can make just about anything teast taste better by sprinkling bacon in the mix.
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burger king announced a bacon sunday. here is a look at what -- the vanilla soft serve comes with bacon crumbles and a crispy piece of bacon. the salty sweet dessert in ai whopping 510 calories, 18 grams of fat, and 61 grams of sugar. >> new service plans for verizon wireless. it will be available to customers started june 8. the plans include unlimited voice minutes and text as well as a data allotment for up to 10. rates vary depending on what you sign up for and whether someone is a new or existing customer. a smart-phone cause will pay $90 for one gigabyte. watch out for apps and other things that can cause a lot of data to be used. customers can add a laptop and
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data share for $10, $20, or $30. if you are ready to upgrade your book you can sell your old one online. an a11-inch map book that cost $999 in 2010 might sell for less than $250. prices will drop from there. many diehard apple customers become impatient and eeg eager to sell older models to preorder newer one. >> a tax on dry cleaners forces them to raise rates. an anti-ducting tear riff on wire hangers imported from vietnam where many cleaning businesses get them. >> so you can have a net loss of jobs. >> the --
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>> fime for a wlook back and a look ahead at the week on wall street. deborah kostroun has the "weekend bloomberg business report." >> fast food chains not living up to their promise to offer healthy foods for children. a new report says "so-called healthy options" offered by chik-fil-a are loaded with fat, cholesterol, and sodium. a mcdonald's cheeseburger had more salt than 13 orders of kids fries. a report said 53 top fast food chains pledged last year to make kids meals healthier as part of a joint initiative. mcdonald's was not one of them. stocks ending the week higher. central banks will boost the global economy. the 4th of july falls mid week this year which may make vacation planning tougher.
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travelocity is off to help travelers get the best deal on air fare. the average domestic air fare is up almost 6% from last year. and that's the price to beat. luckily, in still may be time to find deals. after analyzing the historical data, travelocity found travelers that booked two weeks in advance will pay $67 for a northwestic ticket. prices may rise approaching july 4. also to get the best deals, travelers should leave before the holiday and return mid week. that's a look at business at the "new york stock exchange." i'm deborah kostroun with the bloomberg on the weekend business report for wbal-tv 11 news. >> and stay with us. more news coming up next. first here's a look at some of the events going on around town today.
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>> baltimore basketball players for three decades now producing a slough of hoops heros. carmelo anthony. then someone decided the dome needed some shining up. kate amara shows us. >> here's to you, baltimore! >> the dome has been restored. a much-needed look for the iconic basketball court in east baltimore. >> i have to many memories as a kid on this floor.
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>> things have changed. upgrades include new tanks, new hoops, back boards, new bleachers. >> making sure that the youth have great assets, facilities as well as being introduced to the game in the right way. that's huge. >> the restoration is based on a partnership between under armour and the nba. the idea, give young athletes access to the game they love while encouraging healthy lifestyles. >> this is a legendary court. i remember growing up and hearing about all the legends of basketball that play here. >> the hope is that this will prepare a new group for success in life and perhaps produce the next home grown hoops legend along the way. kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and at the baltimore,
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underarm our, and four other -- under armour, charlotte, what a cool project? >> right now, 6 rfment 28. egyptians head back to the polls. we'll have the latest. >> wild fires. a look at the race to contain it. >> a look at clouds in the sky. more could be building in. we'll tell you about it in the upcoming forecast.
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sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering and i found myself in the middle of this parade honoring america's troops. which is actually quite fitting because geico has been serving the military for over 75 years.
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aawh no, look, i know this is about the troops and not about me. right, but i don't look like that. who can i write a letter to about this? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thank you for joining us. >> we'll take another look outside with ava on this father's day. guys, i think because it is psychological, i keep thinking of all these projects for him to do. i think, not until monday. >> the weather is so nice, you think the yard can get done. >> we'll give him the day off for today. >> for everyone else outside, it is going to be spectacular. maybe a few more clouds today than yesterday. look at the temperatures. very comfortable. 57 degrees.
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winds southeast. but they are light right now. almost calm. that gets the day off for father's day. maybe you can help him out -- the dads get the day off today. a few more clouds in the sky. should be good weather for the rest of sailabration. >> thanks, ava. firefighters making progress in their fight to contain a wildfire in mexico that has destroyed 221 homes. officials say the little bear fire is 51% contained, but crews battling a monster blaze in northern colorado are not fairing so well. that fire has consumed 21 heems and it is only 20% contained.
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>> people from all over the world come and hike and recreate, and 22% of that has burned. this has happened before. we know how to handle it. >> the lightning caused blaze first recorded back in 009. >> a japanese climbing team. four members are pronounced dead after climbing mount mchinly. officials say they were swept away by an avalanche. a fifth climber was knocked into a crevice and survived. >> the polls in egypt a two-day run-off election. the first time egypt has held a free presidential election. no major issues at polling stations yesterday. backed by the muslim brotherhood . the former prime minister of
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ousted president hosni mubarak. the runoff is seen as a choice between the old regime and leading egypt on a new path. >> for the second time in less than a year, saudi arabia has been thrown in the process of make naming a new heir to naming a new king. the crown prince died yesterday in a hospital abroad. he will be buried today. the most likely choice for the ruler in waiting is thought to be the current defense minister. >> well, i don't have to tell you guys about this. coming up, a look at some of the highest universities in the nation when it comes to college tuition. >> and ava marie gets in the act for the high-flying adventure for blue angels. coming up. keep smiling. squoo -- >> and i'm still smiling. >> for the rest of sailabration, great weather. storms off to our west. hopefully those hold off.
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a storm system coming in from the west later tonight into tomorrow. that will increase our clouds later today, and maybe even bring showers and thunderstorms our way by tomorrow. for now, it is the high-pressure system mostly in control. we get the clockwise flow around it. still an easterly flow into the atlantic still producing a couple clouds. once this storm system passes by, we'll get a break. we'll see high temperatures move in throughout the week. the humidity will increase as well. another storm comes our way by the end of the week. this is that one here in the pacific northwest. this will push our way, and we can see more active weather by the end of next week. taking a look at the rest of the weekend into tomorrow for the rest of sailabration. today, beautiful. partly sunny skies. 78 degrees. winds southeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. they drop down to 60 degrees tonight and it will be in the mid 70's tomorrow. a little cool, clouds, and maybe even a shower or thunderstorm. at times, it shouldn't rain the entire day. could keep that up with precipitation in mind. if you plan to be out on the
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bay, no concerns for small craft. winds southeast p waves one foot or less. next high tide 6:05 this evening. out across the rest of the state today, the warmest temperatures will be from baltimore off to the west. knows are the areas that will see a lot more sunshine today. anywhere east is in the low 70's. a few more clouds push in. mountains also more clouds. they have a chance for showers and thunderstorms this afternoon with temperatures in the mid 70's. ocean city beautiful today. it will be mostly sunny. a few clouds later on. 71 degrees for the high temperature. 62 for them tonight, 74 tomorrow. a slight chance for tomorrows, only about 20%. baltimore forecast mostly cloudy skies. a couple thunderstorms possible in the mountains tonight. i think that precipitation holds off in baltimore until tomorrow. that's when we have a chance to see something around the area. temperatures in the 70's. a look at the heat. 94 degrees by wednesday. the first official day of summer. it looks like we cooled down by the end of next weekend. for the rest of sailabration,
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things looking good. >> well, it is one of the most exciting parts of sailabration with the blue angels. >> arguably the biggest stars of the navy show will be taking flight today. and so did ava. >> finally that video. we'll show it. >> the blue angels are the big act at sailabration. knowing what these guys do, i was a little nervous. thankfully i didn't have to do it alone. along side me was the vice president of nursing and shock trauma. >> prior to our flight we were briefed. >> i promise not to make you puke or passout. if you are not having fun, we are not doing our job. >> another major talking point,
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positive and negative g forces. negative make you feel weightless. positive causes blood to rush away from your brain. so we had to do a breathing technique called an anti-g maneuver. >> from there you will regulate your breath. if i were to slow it down, it would go like this -- you will contradict your -- it is controling your blood to go right back to your head. while she was nervous before takeoff, she did have fun. >> it was incredible. the pilot talks you through
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everything. it is an experience you will never have. >> with that, it was my time. the pilot navy lieutenant briefed me one final time. the flight was all thrills from takeoff. we even flew upside down. >> it was great. it takes a lot of courage to fly in a fighter jet, and you did awesome. we did a lot of different maneuvers today, pulled a lot of g forces, experienced some unusual attitudes. >> i will take that as a compliment coming from someone who does this every day. the lieutenant got his training at the naval academy in annapolis. his favorite part of flying is the interactions he gets with the community. >> we are here to inspire people to join the marine corporate. when you go to the smaller communities throughout the country, you see little kids fired up to see the blue angels perform. that's really rewarding for us. >> how much fun was that? >> you know the best part was we had to do that maneuver of
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holding your breath so it does not rush away from your brain. had we not done that, i would have easily passed out. it is amazing the pilots do this all the time without anying to protect them. >> in the rare case of being ejected, this is what you have to do. luckily, i didn't have to do that. >> he's like don't touch this thing. whatever you do, don't touch that. >> would you do it again? >> i may -- no. >> well, you looked great. >> school officials want to make sure you receive a good meal. >> a local person who is a -- >> and a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
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for a private four-year education, the annapolis college will cost $42,000. that is the eighth highest in the snation nation. >> a ride to school for more than a thousand students got more expensive. the school board voted to pay five taxicab companies to get kids to class. school officials say on top of that, more and more are outside. >> sometimes they are in the helt shelter for a certain period of time and then move to a relative's home. those are the things we have to adapt. >> city officials kicking off the 2012 super summer
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initiative. starting next week, kids 18 and under will receive a nutritional breakfast and lunch five days a week during summer break. it is part of a plan to help connect meals, learning, reading and fun during the summer months. the food service program will run through august 17 and you will find the link at our web site. just click on "consumer alert" at wbaltv.com. >> howard county's school superintendent is already gearing up for the next academic school year. she has a plan to analyze student achievement trends. she plans to conduct a student audit and develop more community partnerships and develop the district's program. >> it is a high-performing system. what can we do to extend and refine the great thing that countless educators have done?
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make sure we are moving to the next level? >> and you can check out the plan on the education alert of our web page at wbaltv.com. >> her name is julia strassberger from baltimore county. she is representing maryland in a national competition for blind students this week in california. tim tooten has her story. >> it should be "been. "how have you been today?" >> she is going up against some of the top performing blind students in the country. >> there are things like proof reading, reading comprehension, spelling dictation in there. i keep my hand on the mistake, and then i find out what sentence it is in. that will be big. >> she will be judged in how well she is transsubscribe,
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type, and read braille. >> we were shocked. she is 6 years old. it wasn't expected. it is a big deal, because it is all the way in california, and it is, you know, out of 12 out of the nation. it is pretty big. >> how do you spell -- >> c-o-o- >> we tried to help her out with a couple hours a week, do proof reading, spelling dictation, but she's just so smart, she blows me away. >> it is a computer. >> now? >> of course not. it was a little hard at first, but then when i -- >> besides going over her notes for the competition, julia has another reason to be excited. >> i'm going to fly on a plane, and we're going to go to the pool, and it is going to be so much fun. >> in between getting ready for her big day in the spotlight,
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julia stakse takes time to enjoy one of her favorite hobbies. tim tooten, wbal-tv 11 news. >> amazing. >> got to love her. >> amazing young lady. wow, she is going to do great things. >> her hard work has paid off. >> stay with us. there is much more news ahead coming up on sun is not. she may -- coming up on "11 news sunday morning." >> coming up, news from golf and baseball. the more products we touch around the sink, the more dirt can spread around the kitchen. that's why we created the lysol no-touch kitchen system. one solution for sparkling dishes, plus clean surfaces, plus healthy hands. all in a no-touch design.
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>> tiger woods was vulnerable to a bad round. that was the case yesterday. tiger was bad from start to finish. he bogeyed, and then tiger misses another par putt and just like that he went from minus 1 to plus 1. there were a lot of great shots yesterday. one of them turned in by ernie els on 17. look at this. ernie getting it done just like that. he goes to plus 2, just 3 shots
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off the lead. one of the co-leaders jim furyk fighting to stay at the top. down a shot. he sinks this birdie on 17. furyk is tied for the lead with graham mcdowell. it never got better for tiger, though. look what happened on 18 from the rough. this is something i would do, but not tiger. another bogey to finish at plus 4. look what happened? after the round, he hit his hand against the camera. that did not feel good. neither did yesterday's round. checking out the leader board. new leader going into today's final round, graham mcdowell, jim furyk. plus 1. lee westwood, ernie els both at plus 2 with tiger woods at 4 over par. jason hammel was flirting with history. first batter caught looking. next batter -- hammel with the high cheese.
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two of his -- 2-8 strike outs on the day. got to love seeing this. brian roberts at the plate. base hit. that drives in a run. it appears it is now a 5-0 game. but the story was jason hammel a no-hitter and 2 outs in the bottom of the seventh, but jason hayward spoils the fun. hammel is disappointed but able to put it behind him. we go to the ninth inning. jason still in the game. at the plate, mccann. grounder. brian roberts has it. throws him out. that's your ballgame. jason hammel finishes with a one-hit master piece. orioles win 5-0. always nice to see a guy proposing to his girlfriend. not that unusual. but this is. brendian bosch at the plate. he gets the foul ball.
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look who catches it? it's the guy that proposes -- prose proposed to his girlfriend. that's a great night at the ball park. i'm grea greg toland. hope you have a great sunday. >> it was a foul ball. dep >> we wish them luck anyway. >> 58 degrees on tv hill. >> you have to say "yes" in public. the pressure is on. what you can do to keep the man in your life healthy. it all starts with his plate. we have some must-have cleaning products. >> and with school out, it is the perfect time to plan your family vacation with your children. really? we'll catch the low-down on all the places to go. >> plus more news, weather, and sports when "11 news sunday morning" continues. stay with us.
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>> city leaders have increased
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community engagement. outgoing police chief fred beeleds felled who has been at the -- beels felled credits the rank and file police officers as well as the parol and borough bation agents for helping drive dodow gun viole hae. while the city's rate of murders is higher than some of its neighbors, mayor stephanie rawlings-blake says she's endurged by the decline. some people credit neighborhood revital zation and additional foot patrol. whatever the reason, baltimore has dropped out of the top five, even if only to top six. it is a far cry from the peak murder rate of 353. and ideally a new police rommissioner will continue the effort of safer streets in baltimore. for more information, go to wbaltv.com. [ female announcer ] with xfinity,
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>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennierfr franciotti let's go to ava marie. ä 80's. >> sheldon dutes has more on the economic impact of sailabration. ä these beautiful tall ships. thousands of people have been flocking to downtown baltimore for all of the sc labration events. >> we came to see the tall ships and experie hae history!
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>> sc labration seems to be helping businesses. >> the numbers, i would say are trsee le. seriously. we have used it as a "sellabr ation." we have been selling out of food. >> they have been serving up more food than eipected. even though they say they haven't seen a dramatic i hareae in business, it is still better than the grand prix weekend. >> we kind of got cut oef from it. it was slower than normal, rompared to this week. we have an increase in business. >> not every business along the harbor is as fortunate. j. patrick's pub is not getting as many customers as usual. ä business from it, but a lot of our customers i think are afrc d they couldn't find parking when they came down. we picked up a few people from the court. >> back in little italy, gia is
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grat eul these crowds are bigger than they were for the grand prix. >> i would give this an a plus, plus, plus. i would like the tall ships to come o hae a year. i think this is magnificent. sheldon dutes, wbal-tv 11 news. >> an systemed one mill people will flood the inner harbor over the course of sc labration week, and officials are asking people to be patienting in and around the area. they say public transportation is your best bet to avoid delizz. ä people to think about p13 pulic transportation. prepare to pay for parking. have a plan. there are plenty of p13 pulic transportation options. >> for more information about s on.at's going on during sailabration and how to get around, head to our web site at wbaltv.com. >> well, the sailabration has provided a first for the areopl the -- this is the first time
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baltimore has hosted an air show. more on the blue angels spectacular air show. since 1946, the blue angels have delivered. this shot says so much with the airplane whipping by your head. amazing how this $21 million piece of machinery can roll and ndssee . >> it is fun to see this close to our house. >> the free event attracted morn than baltimore county officials anticipated. ä we were not eipvinting this man
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people coming to martin state c rport. the croly, loves it. >> i love the blue angels because they do cool tricks in the c ps >> visitors got a chance to board one of the airncaft and chat with one of the acveral pilots. >> it is really awesome to come out and see this. >> "awesome" had to be the word over and over again. isn as it really just that? deborah weiner, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and there is still time to plan your visit to sailabration on wbaltv.com. you can watch ava marie's flight with the blue angels, get an event schedule, and see how to get downtown. it is all on our web site at wbaltv.com. thon our wget lin page. >> a structure collapsed at a co haert in toronto.
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>> from the air, a dramatic view of the stage. the scale svernning. debris ctyering this piano thousands before people would have croly,ed the park to hear rock sensation radio head. >> a loud crash, bam. >> a scaefolding falling in, heard the badging of the metal on metal. ä believed to be in his 30's was pronounced dead on scene. >> it was a crushing injury and it was bad enough that .nforvernately it killed hiousa ä toronto after the quebec show was sold out. >> i feel sad right now. >> andrew bought his tickets months ago and flew to toronto months ago from minneapolis. >> theuleast time i s> " this w back in chicago in -- chicago. i woos look -- was looblinging
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forward to coming t and seeing these guys. >> del will be an investigation to determine the cause of that accident. >> coming up, summer house rleaninpse five out the five must-have products for every household. >> "men's health" is the focus of this morning's "medical alert." step away from the cleaning supplies, jennifer. >> it is the little things in lierf, the little things. >> first you are looking at a live picture from skycaousa ava up next with the insta-weather plus foreca
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>> good morning. we're starting you off with a live look at the ilaper harbops what a beautiful start to the day. the sun came up at 5:30 this
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morninpse winds from the south at 3 miles per hour winds light. high pressure in control. a few clouds west of baltimore. we'll watch as the next storm comes in from the west. we will hold off on rain chances .ntil tomorro k this stoom simotem will pass through tonight into tomorrow. a slight cha hae for rc n. it will bring temperatures down a little bit tomorro k then we will heat brs k up. a large bubble of heat heading across the central plains. at the end of the weeththat will knock temperatures down. auleook at the rest of the weekend into tomorrow. for the rest of sailabration, beautiinsl weather.
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78 todaow. clouds from the east and west, but overall still dry. 60 degrees for theuleow tonight 76 tomorrow. a lot more cloun cs tomorro k a chance you can see a shower or storm at any point in the day. looking at the waves tod the e,h tide at 6:09. next high tide 6:05 later this eveninpse out ancgo s the rest of the state, on this father's day, hop eully auleot of people can be outdwoors and enjoy it, because it will be beaut iul. a erfw cloun cs into ocean city where temperatures will be in theuleow 7rd s. mountains in theuleowday,rd s. a shower or storm possible. that holl- oef in baltimore until tomorro k ocean city forecast try today. 71 for the high. ãdo2 tonig be, andday,4 tomorrok they have a slight chance to see thunderstorms tomorro k mostly cloun cow. we drop into the 50's for the overnightuleow. this is a fht st week of summep i know it already feels like
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sutheyer bvinause0'ids are out school, but summer officially begins at 7:09 that evening. and b. n do those tet peraverres respond to that. 94 degrees on wednesd the e, th ãminht st d the e of sy.meps a cold front comes in. showers and thunderstorer posse cle ta shrsday into frida. >> coming up, the foods that can help men prevent illnesses. >> then we go inside the jerry sandusky sex abuse -- the gerry sandusppli s fro abuse trial. >> and planning to hit the road soon? tatere to take the0'ids for sy.mer, when we come back. sy.mer, when we come back. when it comes to gardening, we're, well, inexperienced.
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i you can survive a.m. feedings and college years, you may reap benefits from fatherhood. erika edwards has the story. >> unprecedented pride and sheer amazement, a father is born. >> my first reaction was, i didn as reali7 they would come out so blue. >> he is the father of two girr th. he s the es even though men don as automatically reap the same physical ben eits of parenthood that women do, i haluding lower risk for heart disease and some ca haers, they can ben eit oinysically and emotionally. >> we are more active in our lives, we have generally better health and coping strategies, and frequentuleess serious bout of clinical depression. >> these are some of the health benefits of fatheck.ood. think of little league coaching, even wrestling on theuleiving room floor. >> not only is that good for you fisscally, but it0'eeps you0'ind of j.
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ninsl. it allows us to be a kid again. >> and there is nothinguleke e kid to he te. >> having a 1-year-old jump up and down or smile at you when you walk through the door is the sureest way to forget the stresses of your workd the e. >> father of three and family life expert professor bad haomoington mpes an -- auleivin of studying fathers. he shows men have an i haredibl strong bond with theht childre. >> the vast majority of fathers never get to froperience to th level these stay-at-home dads do. ierie haes of fatheck.ood extend to step-fathers and adoptive dads as well. ä earlier than women p some foods to include in a man's diet that will help prevent cancer, diabetes and heart disease. yoivihave it bronddn dodow intoe
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ãminool- that will help each. our favorites are tuna and slt p-ain- salmon. >> you want to fight cholesterol, blood pressure. i have a few examples of ineart-healthy fish. i also have nuts and seeds. thgo e helpuleower cholesterol. >> almonds? >> yes. and they have fe cer, too. walnuts have the plant-based source of omega-3's. and whole grains. >> you have dieferent options for whole grains? >> yes. you don as just need pasta and brown rice, you can do quinoa and millet. >> you have to slowly intrach.e those things. >> yes. >> here we fskus on fruits and
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vcluetables. what does this do for you? ä to prevent cancer is make sure you eat foods rich in antihinxidants. preat sources of lycope helps reduce your rimy of prgo tate canceps that can help reduce your risk for cancer. >> we're going to be another really potent anti-oxidant food. you can use those for all mear . theuleast tip for antruca haer garlic. >> garlic is great for everything, but reallstr garlic has anti-bacterial properties that help fight a the hinst
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ca haer-causing substances. >> and this section focuses on tatat you can do for your diabetes management. >> for beats diabetes you want to fskus on low glycemit foods. you do want green leafy vegetables. ä lettusce, kale. >> anything youuleke lic try to incorporate it at least once a day. as well asuleentir th and beava and theuleast tip is sin minute >> that's good to know. >> brs thhere we have your traditions -- whole wheat pasta, feta cheese. a good stick-to-your re cs-e dp meals. whole grain pasta. heart heac13 >e s salmon. >> alic thing with dadcor you w like the meat and p potatos, you just have to sprinkle these in
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your diet. >> we want our guys to stick around. >> we do. >> time to tackle the house cleaning you have been putting oef. five products that will make your job easier. that events going on around town this weekend. hc1hel
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ä clean, you have kids running around, not easow. here with great tips, leasia with valley girls. ä >> help us. what's the best way -- especially with0'ids all over the place, you need the right products. ä taten children are home during your summer, the house gets a lot more used than normallow. what i would recommend to keep that, you know, point, you want to0'eep your entry mat clean. shake it about three times a day . another area that gets auleot o use is the kitchen. kids come in. >> stains rig be there.
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>> thaoo.s right. kids come in, they go to the cctiinets. covatantly getting sblefor bs. the cabinets get dirty. what i r>> hommend for that is tesuroiny's oil sallp on the cabinets and mr. clean with gebreze for the cctiinets. >> what about kids that leave the refrigerator door open? that's not a cleaning issue. ok. the kitchen. bathroom? >> the proinocts i r>> hommend the bathroom are clorox products. hoe have tiles in the bu when i go to homes for consultation, i find there is such a bnt ld-up of sallp sce y the tiles -- >> which ones are you talking ctiout? >> we're talking about the clorox foam bathroom cleaner. tatat i r>> hommend on the tile believe it or not, stainless steel sncyc. alou do it lightly.
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>> doesn't it scratch it? >> it does not sncatch it. it does not sncatch it. for a heavy build-up of soap scuscron glass doors and tiles, it is fctietsous. you just have to do it lightly. it is my sencet. ä how do you possibly clean them. u ones. >> no, what you do, you get a 6 c13 >for bet, a the hin mke i clean ãminctireze. it is wonderful. you need a ftirry cloth rag. yoivigrcti ers h blind and wipe top and bottom. it isour gery t the je covay.in hohat you have to do, l when you are cleaning -- ä children. >> remember, you want to start at the t of , have theuleig bewe ladder with you. when you hung this summer, what pe one room a m project when you have a little more t the je.
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start at the t of and work dow when i go to homes, sometimes there is auleot of spider webs. one of these are available. it reaches up and gets the spider we3 ? ãminor dusting, inost is horrib. it is everywhere. it adheres to glass, to baset yoar. k. that's another culprit. when i go into homes, there is ãofust on basezeallrds. >> the dust is back. >> for a period of t the jlic i not going to be there. >> or i can just call you up, have you come out, and help me. >> exactly. it is ok to ask for help. >> dht t stoppers. how do we reach it. >> you could go to my web site atour galleyght r thx fs. @ gma or call me. >> when you get to our house, is the fht st thing you s >, oh, my
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gosh, it is a mess? >> not all -- ä stay with us. you're watching "11 news sunday tesorning." hc1hel
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>> welcome back to "11 news sund > morningprit thank you so much for joining us. >> a wh is here with anotherulek outside. >> what a spectacular weekend. with so mer,h going on. ãminather's day stirlabration. a lot of people in town for that. sinds south south. a few clouds in the sky. a great day to be outside. i0'nojedad will be iare hing too yardwork, but get him to sit outside and relax. hoarm weather for the fd > of summer. details coming um ä time for a look at what's coming up on "meet the pressprit david gregory joining usuleive with a look. happy father's day. >> good morning. thanthyouour gery much.
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>> well, the president made an e-ilosive d>> hision stoprojing de minment eportation. >> i think it equalizes the latinoour gotlic and it isuleiko equalize criticism likely to come his way at yout an i harea in dlsortations from his administration. i think they are trying to tporters. oue core s among minority groups, latino meatcers ranthis sd this sy mem particetsarly in the west. i think the president certainly wanted to move this policy forward. >> it leaves romney having to walk a tig be r of e of his o h >> the problem for romney is, he had to one on the issism of
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i, buigration. conservatives in his party don't want anything they thiis b rewa k bad behavior and illwholal behavior. they are so afraid of the word aoryese d. in this case, he's still straddling this line of tatat t do with the children of illwhol immigrants. arthur rubio has come out with inis o have notion of the "u dream" act. so he's left critifezing this without closing the door to supporting something of these lines do have the ralld. it puts h the j in a tough spotd that's where president obama hoanted to put h the j. ä campaign issues? ä the heart of two speeches in ohio, the key battleground states. we see the most important issue, the most important voting blofo
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all planning out this week. we talk about it with the president's senior advisor and arizona senator jat'n mccain ad well. >> thank you for joining ucor ãofavid. inave a great father's day. >> thank you so much. >> don't forgeicy you can watch "meet the press" here at 10:00 following 11 news at 9 d0 a.m. ä enters week two -- >> the jerry saninowny trial 3 >> the jerry saninowny trial enters week two. it ended on a powerful note lasi weso with the witness they put on, the alleged victim saying some preso hy graoinic testimol leaving the jury with a lot to think about. >> it was. ituleoothis sduleof pe the stat a strong case. the last victim that testifip o on t fdetday wasour gery graoinic,
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setting the stage for what looks lof pe not a defense, but an excuse of this thing called histrionic personality disorder. ä fit the bill? >> i don't know. it is ihiiortant to r >> >>be c13 >> it is not a defense. it is not going to get him off ãminroscrthe charglic us coess y can remember, there are seven jurors who have something at rojenn state alld if somponne t penn state walks on water, this might proornde an ethanuse for as to why he sent the letters about the excuse yeses that somet yors is a liso hleil,- e that someone is a little like sca, yet o' hara or m >be mae hoest. that there is a sexual provocativeness to this pedetonality ? doesn't come with someone who follows throovh on that. ? fact someone might be offended. >> victiscrfotle stird he treat
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teseuleof pe a son. others said he treated me like a ght lfriend. that's part of the testimolic . >> and if you hear from professionalcor pponple that woh hoithour gictims, that t with what they hear in child tesildestation cases, eouts>> hn young boys. >> they all seem consistent with the testimolic acrty s the bal9 >> they did. not in a way that it soundp o lof pe they got theht story together. there were differences here and there. there were difo grences in the way they treated him. thff seem to come ann ty s thisl people who had been victimized by him in a way that i thoov be hoas cre? the jury will have trouble with this case in the end. >> the final witness they put on, that witness talked about being in the home and jerry sandusky's lawyers asked, was his wife homlic and then graphically askp o, was there bleeding involved and he said s ss. that was power the j.l stuty d.
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>> san dusky's lawyers have done a number of things that you have to wonder. n including allowing him to be interviewp o by b he 0'ty tas. i donarth0'now if that set the stage for mrs. sandusky to testify. i would ein a >> ht that to be difficult. i wouldn't expect him to testin so poo, yoti if he does have histrionic personality disorder, then he caezt wait to testleiy and is jumping at the bit to get up there. >> b he qty tas s >s i horsed around with kids, i have hugged them and i have touchp o theht legs without s6 c13 dl contact. are they likely to play any of that? >> i donarth thiis b so. i think the state is done. it could come in inaroezeuttac13 d it is ha9 defense wanting to play that triee. u tape. >> what do you expect to hriepe this week? ä expert will testify tomorrow and tries to aprojly this to san
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dusky. the hope would be if you get one jtleor that djtsnarth want to believe this happened at this beloved ivatipletion up there ad they use that as an excuse, maybe that's a way to get an acqnt so hal or a hung jtleoti >> who else would they puts on? >> there may be other pponple that are character witnesses about the good things sandusky did, but it djtudarth sounduleo they have auleot. >> thank you for coming in. >> stay with us. t.sore ne tha coming >> and beautiful weather continues for part two of the weso end. changes coming up this week for the fidett fetsterweso of su, . it is going to be hot. details coming up.
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>> good morning. a live look outdoors for -- outdoodet. a beautleiets d > for sailabration. 65 at the inner hart yo have 63 at b.w.i. t fthisood oo,dethall. winds from the south. they wilterbe ttlening more southeaste, yy as we go throughout the day. those are the ctlerent huseh t >>perapleres now. we are expecting to ush push into the uprojer 70's to near 8 ãofshrees again. when we hit a low temperature at the aht port, compare that to ldeoroo,l 63. we were cooler than normal. in facicy huseh t >>perapleres ein a >> hted to be cooler than normal as well. nojtual this time of yea c13 >>so ha0 ãofshrees. well below the record set back in 1969. hoe cousou be getting i 90's this week as we head toward
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the oty dict bterday of se werenesdaoti as we look into the rest of the weso end, t >>perapleres stay below ldeoroo,c13 d 78 for the high temperature. 60 degrees tonuse be. t.p tos. a little cooler and more clouds push i th tes >be even a showehink aor thunderstorm possible. out on the bay, no major concerns. winds on the southeast, 6 to 11 knots. hoaves to around one fo less. next high tide 6:05. in the rest of the state, mty t areas enjoying dry weather today. 71 in ocean city. efre cloaturs are pushing in frr the east today. that keeps temperatures dow th nearso ha0 dshrees around baltimore. maybe even western suburbs get intoup towso haqns. tesounttirva get more clouds. they need more thunderstorms t or > as a stojtu system rieproaching from the west. we are hoping that stojtu sldte st >s away from baltiefre at least until tomorrow. we still have aup tot of activities going on tomorrow for sailabration. we should ein a >> ht that cty weathe have high pressure in control across the east. the stojtu sldtem aprojrot.
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from the west. creating highs across the ohio rhis weer valleoti this pushing our way tonight into tomorrow. o hae that passes bs s bpor t >>perapleres will spike into the mid-week and we'll drop into next weeld nd. y heean city, beautiful day, partly cloudy skies. aup tit. the breezoti easicythe l0 tothe l5 miles per. 74 tomorrow. isolated cha hae for a stojtu. baltiefre stald dry tonight. next cold front thursday into pe id >. that's when efre storms roll through. >> if you are pla iing on taking a familyperat. do we have a treat for you. yoroshave creatp o a sloovh of aprojs to help families create their vacation.
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onll. you buy them, u ofates ar free. >> let's start with your d.c. zoo aproj. >>up took at that fctietsous ic. wonderful pandas. 3.t there are other things to do at the zoo. >> where to eat at the zoo? a > find out where to eat. you can come ba6 c13 s to this, find out about camps and classes. lots andup tots of go or things there is also stuff you can find out like about the nattornatert
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and soo,ll. museu1 i typically people think of that as just for osouer0'ids. 3.t lei you have a younger kid, there are great things also. one of the othehink athinpth yo do is go to the one world, one -- they will show the univedete to yotle0'ids. you have a lot of information many famillikes probably don't know at yout. >> that's right. it includes all the plan-ahead inforoo,tion. >> you have done this for d.c., but you have also done this nor nebayork. you focus on the museum of modern art. >>up tit. the0'ids can play with ãof ork and paint and all kind things. e'here are great th teenagers. they have a teen night at the ee they have screenings to see video shows. so thamore s a wonderfets thingt you can do. >> boston as well.
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>> bty to th we hade- have bty ton fohink at kids. great things. the frep oom trail. e'he free pars to mg next week. they have all0'inkee of ink aoildings rahink aoic thing it is fabulous. >> you provide dir>> htions for folks? ldeo getting lost? >> no getting lost. >> phone ne a > you get the web sites. you can list all the things you want to plan ahe . a > we'll go back to d.c. and show the natural history musrosi t>> hause that is so much fun. >> it is so much fun. a lot of things you can do. you can walk youdetyou hf toup like an early man. you can find out at yout hankee thinpth for0'ids. >> and the spy museum. >> you can go on the sir mission
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oor0'ids. you solve a crime. this is secret messages. tut if you get c os's sicy thi edible. no one can see it until you susn aup tuse be on it. e'hese are the spec glasses. a > we have these at home, wher you can put them on and look in the rear-view mirror and see ãofahamore s g? i am watching over there. i have some interva. let's see if they are busoti this is an alarm you can put on top of s goty d. lei you m? to go up >> and you can find out where to tcald s around.he best c >> we tell you all about them. ãofae have food tru6 c13 tcald c plt. >> we have to let you go. she wrote travel boou for yeadt
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>> welcome back is a pet joining t.s from barcs.
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rou have a0'itten with you? >> i do. i have bon-bon0'its to. she is ei's st weeu osou. >> old enough to be adopted now? a > yes. >> her stok. got her name. >> we had a volunteer walking a dog >> wmed bonildeoon, and bonilde kitten just came up to the dog ãofaalking have , so we d>> hid ãofaould be named bon-bon kitty >> this is the time of s sar yo get so many cats and0'itteva coming in. obviously it is the spring. 35 anioo,nig a d >. most of them cats. >> right now they are mos. thy all ãof ats and0'itteva. we have tons of nursing moms and kittens. uitteva that need fty ter home we need so many in. we are trying to get them ing sly as possible. >> which is why you are running with the baltimosree-
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>> we partnered to adopt out 500 cats and kittens inildeooune. that's otle goawith yo so far barcs has adopted out 207. ãofae are working hard to get t that gchil and find these cats and kittens a home. >> that is good. 2west. already you are making good progress. are you hing more animals out. so come get bon-bon kits to ohiy of the an malp os at the shelte. to get more information, call the ne 410-396-4695 ohink ago to www m baltimoreanimalshelter.org. e'hank you for bst? >> thank you for having us. >> jenna joins us with aup too. nat t from nern yor. ng n on "today." >> coming up on a sunday morning on "today"peraoters in greell. headed to the polls. it cousou have a buse ety d>> h yotle wallet. the very latest on that.
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then, is he a hero or cyou mi >> wl? a father that beat to death the man that allegedly molested his liso hle ght l cousou ft. >> wl charges himself. this morning the raging controvedety ? punishment. then we're going to take a big e'tlen now that sud you're ready to curl up with a good book? ãofacome ll have sovgestte va r from love stories to pop culture fun. p o> and it is father'sd > t or >. i wanted to do something extra special for my d , so witmthe ink aoyou hp of the diy net. thrk i helped him get a place where he examine e- a man and be have self cave. those stories and more when we see youup tater ons etodaoti" at progressive, you can bundle your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com.
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cawe'te ned by the national captioning institute l l p o> fro jthe gedr to t on land, a maritime festival of lively activities tham.s to the oo,k. bicentennial commission. baltimore hty > l i > l fht st ever aht show and 40 tall ships and navy vessels sail into the ink aoart yo have peing celebration from the ove tour of
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t d to dog overttlee of 2012. history buffs can walk the 5 hundred -- five-mile star spangled traod. the ro od > ration village is hosting regional and local demonstrations, a family zone with all things fas95 >> wting, and adven gore zone i69luding a hal jumper, rock wall, and humvee. e'his maru a comme e'he war of 1812 an designed to have something for evek. there is free entertainment, aircraft displays, fireworks, and of coudetals food. e'he cold coin provg memory of two endtleing icova, the flved and the anthem commemorating this once-in-a-lifetave e cyou hebra it ftuns in honor of maryland's unique contribution to the de7 cvae and heritvede of otle
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